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I don't know how to open the casing to check. Read more Register · Log In HP Support Forum Home > Notebooks > Hardware > Hp Envy 15 J040er - hdd scratching noise Search the Community Just recently my computer started making lots of noises. Double click the file to begin the scan. have a peek at these guys

The exact same thing is happening on this one. I am assuming the noise is coming from the hard disk of the laptop although I am not entirely sure. I've had my laptop for a while and I've tried everything to get rid of this noise and nothing has worked. With no programs running, my processor's temperature is normally between 45 and 55 degrees Celsius.

It works fine , there is not any problem , but at night i can hear some scratching noises from right side ,  like on this video :   The computer works perfectly if it's on the desk, works exactly as it always worked, but if I take it and move a little bit (even very little and slow movements) If you have file system damage, a ticking sound may be heard when the drive seeks data.

But without a bit more, cant say. I hope you can helpppp. Should i worry about the noise? You have to disable this before you can work on it and this may not work at all.

The sound is constant and only stops when the computer is in sleep mode or off. This appears to be a flaw in the construction of the hinge assembly, and we have noticed that the newer models, such as my husband's replacement, have a much improved design It worksok no errors. Hi there,Unfortunately, more powerfull processors need bigger fans so a noise increase is inevitable.What may be happening though is that something (cable etc.) may be encroaching into the fan casing and

Please read on. There should be a sticker on the machine with their telephone number. I wish to know two things: Is there a name given for the noise made when the computer is doing a scan for virus, adware or malware and How and where No idea whatsoever.

This is a great place to find solutions and help from our community!I understand yourHP Envy x360 is making an audible sound that is quite annoying. HElP! yes no add cancel older | 1 | .... | 71 | 72 | (Page 73) | 74 | 75 | .... | 1207 | newer HOME | ABOUT US | I am waiting for your response.

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And yes, during standby fans do shut down I beleive.One question, have you replaced your CD-ROM lately for a faster one? They may need to be cleaned or replaced. 3 more replies Relevance 27.88% Question: fan noise Hello, I bought an ACER Aspire V3-574G laptop a couple of months ago and I As far as Windows was concerned the drive exists but I haven't put a CD in. thank you for your help...Well,the linkwas of no use....

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  2. More replies Relevance 50.84% Question: Envy 13 Notebook - Relentless High Pitch Fan Noise Hello,Last week I sent off my Envy 13 to have its faulty battery replaced.
  3. It is a very loud clicking noise.
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  5. The system is a HP 6343 about 3 years old.
  6. if i want to reduce the speed how can i achieve that...? 2 more replies Relevance 27.88% Question: Fan Noise?
  7. I took a breif video of the noise, butdo not know how to embed it in this message, or attach a link.Thanks in advance for anyone's opinion out there!
  8. I shut off without warning and I delivered it to the HP Service.

I have a 50x and it occassionaly sounds as if my PC is trying to take off.Write back and tell me what you found. There werent any noises before after upgrading to Windows 10 (The notebook came with W8.1) but after installing the Realtek drivers the noise began. if you feel my post solved your issue, it will help others find the solution.Click the ?Kudos, Thumbs Up" on the bottom left to say ?Thanks? check my blog I would just format but all my CDs are at home.The computer is making the clicking noises like when using internet explorer - click on a link and it makes a

It basically sounds like there is a loose piece that is stuck inside the fan and when the laptop is shifted forward or backwards, it makes this awful crunchy, rattling noise I called tech support and they said that didn't sound right and I should exchange the computer. I think it is a simple software issue but I need something more permanent.(Also I bought this PC because my Mac isnt good for engineering school and this HP has 16GB

I do not know if i am the only one going through this problem, which is why i am taking this step to post this message.My semester has started, and i

I go to the task manager and don't see anything running. When does it start? But I figure that's ok, the comp must be getting hot, once it cools down the fan will turn itself off.Wrong. I would also suggest you post this in hardware not Vista, as it doesnt seem to have any relationship with the OS 1 more replies Relevance 27.88% Question: What to

If it's making any sort of grinding, this would be the case. If I turn the comp off overnight it's there as soon as I turn it on.Now, this is a longshot I know, but short of me disconnecting every fan inside my I think the noise is coming from the fan so is there any solution for this one? Would HP be able to fix this if I sent it to them?

and ive noticed this static sound going on. If the sound is more of a whirring but like fast or high pitched. I dont want to go buy some part i dont actually need...Is there any sopftware i can use to detect the problem?Is it the power supply fan???Thanks a lot in advance. You could contact support, or return to the store for that.

about a week ago i bought a new laptop, HP envy 15-k172no.